Let me start with the disclaimer that Microsoft with X1 hasn't created anything spectacular at this point with regards to online infrastructure, i.e. there hasn't been any 1st party title which would rock online. Only Titanfall, except it's not exclusive. However, all their major titles (be it timed-exclusive like Dead Rising 3 or Plants vs. Zombies or exclusive like Forza 5, Killer Instinct or Ryse) have had significant online component. And of course upcoming Forza Horizon 2, and Sunset Overdrive will heavily rely on multiplayer components. Not to mention Halo: Master Chief Collection. So let's say by this fall this will have become respectable.
Now, with that in mind, Sony is arguably in even worse situation with this respect, because almost all their major exclusives or games console exclusive to it (apart from Killzone: Shadow Fall, which from what I've heard died almost completely) have been largely devoid of any multiplayer aspect.
So...is this heavy reliance on Destiny, as if it was some kind of a saviour, a sign that Sony can't create any multiplayer-centric experience with massive community? That it has to rely on a 3rd party multiplatform game to do that?
Of course, you can rightfully argue that by this fall, Sony too will have had some meaningful online communities with Little Big Planet 3 and DriveClub (for better or worse)...but then again there's Halo 5 on the horizon for the next year, so...
Anyway, PC already trumps both.
Why are you still reading this?